Designed by Kasper Salto for Fritz Hansen, the supremely comfortable NAP chair takes its name from the designer's theory that sitting is, in fact, an act of constant movement. NAP refers to the three actions of sitting: Normal is sitting up s
NAP. Kasper Salto seneste stol vejer stort set ingenting. Stolen har fået sit navn, fordi den både skal kunne bruges til en naturlig, aktiv og passiv siddefunktion. Men også fordi den er perfekt til en lille lur – en 'nap'. - Foto: Per Folkver
Kasper Salto Nap Chair
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FRITZ HANSEN The NAP chair is a reflection of Kasper Salto's approach to design. "For me design is about relevance. To always create a product that has relevance towards its user's." Say's the design star. "For me the NAP chair is all about being able to sit well in as many positions as possible. The name NAP is an abbreviation of the three key sitting positions; Normal, Active and Passive – because sitting is in fact a constant movement." Salto continues.
More than 20 years into his career, Jasper Morrison has little to prove. His designs eschew kitsch in favor of timeless qualities that speak to the nature of the object he is designing in this case, a bentwood chair.